August 1st

Sometimes you’re the putrifying summer squash left to languish in the field, and sometimes you’re the squash bug lucky enough to feast on that putrifying summer squash. This picture is kind of a holdover from yesterday’s exciting squash and zucchini cleanup adventure, although the picture was actually taken today, of the aftermath.

Squash bug nymphs having the time of their lives

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3 thoughts on “August 1st

  1. It’s a wonder there are any squash left in the world after those horrid things have done their worst. Hateful. I have not picked one zucchini out of my garden for the last two years thanks to those beasts. I paid my kids to pick the eggs off with a stick, and still have only one lowly squash plant left for all of their efforts.

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